Tag Archives: Robbins Wilf

The Evolution of The U.S.-Israel Relationship

Former Ambassador Dennis Ross to Speak at Annual Robbins-Wilf Lecture on April 19 Despite rising tensions on both sides, President Barack Obama has described the connection as “an unbreakable alliance.” Yet, since the birth of the Jewish state, relations between the United States and Israel have seen periods of close collaboration as well as great

Cracking the Confidence Code

Journalist and Author Claire Shipman Discusses Women in the Workplace and Self-Image at Annual Robbins-Wilf Lecture Why do men apply to jobs when they meet only 60 percent of the qualifications, while women only apply when they meet all of them, according to a recent study cited in Harvard Business Review? That question and others

The Consequences of Toppling Tyrants

Foreign Relations Experts Discuss Revolutions in Middle East and the Implications for American Policy at Robbins-Wilf Lecture As collapsing Middle East governments and unease about United States involvement in Libya dominated news headlines, Bloomberg View Executive Editor and former Assistant Secretary of State James P. Rubin and New York Times Chief Washington Correspondent David E.

Experts to Discuss Unrest in Mideast

April 7 Robbins-Wilf Scholar-in-Residence Program to Feature Foreign Relations Experts on “Toppling Middle East Dictators” With widespread social and political unrest in the Middle East, Yeshiva University will host a discussion entitled “Toppling Middle East Dictators” featuring Bloomberg View Executive Editor James P. Rubin and New York Times Chief Washington Correspondent David E. Sanger. The lecture